Popular Reggae Singer Ras Slick Makes Fox News Appearance, Garners Media Attention for 'HELP' EP
Popular Reggae singer Ras Slick shows no signs of slowing down! The ever-so-focused artist has had quite the impressive media run, which skyrocketed with an appearance on nationally recognized media outlet Fox News (Fox 5, Washington, DC) recently.
Ras Slick fans far and wide were glued to their TVs, as their favorite singer was featured during the program's "Will You Eat There?" segment with anchor Will Thomas, performing at Silver Spring, Maryland hip dining spot Society Lounge. The appearance couldn't have been more ideal, as Ras Slick is a resident entertainer at Society Lounge, regularly affording patrons with his sweet style of Reggae music alongside the Dutty Bus Crew. The talented crooner was captured delivering selections from his acclaimed "HELP" EP, which further contributes to the release's growing buzz and attention.
Reggae music fans and the media have been all over Ras Slick's new "HELP" EP. Since it's early March release, the singer has been in "7th Heaven," gaining wide acclaim for the effort. Both the Jamaica Observer and Jamaica Star, reputable newspapers in Reggae's iconic birthplace, channeled the "HELP" EP. Additionally in Jamaica, Ras Slick landed interviews with Hitz 92 FM (92.1) and Irie FM (105.1) radio stations, where he interviewed with popular radio personality Izahbing and the legendary GT Taylor. Since migrating to the U.S. from Jamaica over 4 years ago, Ras Slick has made quite a name for himself on the entertainment front, solidfying himself as a respected artist and brand. The focused and driven artist always dreamed of continuing his music career in the U.S. and is humbled by the opportunities that he has been afforded.
Washington, D.C. based radio stations have also received Ras Slick's "HELP" EP with
open arms, as Ras Slick took to the radio to conduct interviews with legendary radio host Tony Carr of WPFW (89.3 FM) on his staple "This is Reggae Music" show, the Talk Up Live Caribbean talk show on Ablazinradio.com with host Candy Bee and Vybz Up Fridays with Ricky Platinum on Tambourineradio.com, the Internet radio station of the one and only Ragashanti. Notably, Ras Slick won over all of the shows' hosts.
But most importantly, the listening audience was enchanted with Ras Slick's life and musical journey and the premise of his acclaimed "HELP" EP. The artist's bonafide interviews were topped off with on air performances. And those a part of the in-the studio audience caught it all live, while the singer flawlessly belted selections like "HELP" and "GOOD THING" from the EP. There is no question that RAS Slick's "HELP" EP will make a mark in the industry. Available on iTunes and on http://www.rasslickmovement.com,
"HELP" touches on Ras Slick's giving and caring personality, while channeling distinctly different phases of his life.
Ras Slick is lighting up the U.S. entertainment circuit, with frequent appearances in the Washington, D.C metropolitan area. The Reggae singer has headlined shows in intimate settings and venues to music festivals and theaters, including the historical Howard theater. Focused on carrying out his passion for healing the world with music, one person at a time, Ras Slick has lots in store for 2015, including upcoming interviews, several U.S. dates and the 'Reggae Rocks Potomac" Spirit of Mt. Vernon boatride on June 6, 2015, in which he is co-promoter and the headlining act. Currently, Ras Slick is in Jamaica putting the finishing touches on a project that will completely wow Reggae fans.